We unite technology users & technology providers
We are organization involved in innovation transfer activities, while utilizing best global practices in project management leading to transformative change in different organizations or sectors.
What we do
A successful provider-user fit begins with careful consideration of the user’s wants and preferences, the content in which the technology will be utilized, and the technology’s unique features and functions.
If the customer doesn’t see the match as satisfying their needs, it’s possible the technology might not be properly employed or used to its full potential.
To ensure success, we’ve established partnerships with universities and technology providers. This allows us to assist in the technique selection for reskilling and upskilling new projects, resources, and processes while simultaneously designing, developing, and implementing specialized training.
How we do it
We employ a framework that is based on design thinking.
Observing what people do and how they interact with their surroundings reveal information about what they think and feel. It also allows learning about what they require. The "task to be done" is identified throughout the design-thinking customer discovery process while employing techniques that look at what constitutes an engaging customer journey.
Throughout the design thinking process, a variety of testing techniques are used. The necessity to test the solutions and gather user feedback so that we can improve them is at the core of these strategies.
Now, our team with participating stakeholders creates a number of low-cost, scaled-down iterations of the solution (or particular aspects present in the solution) to research the primary solutions conceived during the ideation stage.
After gaining a thorough understanding of customer needs, we move on to find and narrow down specific solutions that meet the set of criteria.
VILNIUS, Lithuania – The ambitious “Build Up Skills Lithuania 2030” initiative, a comprehensive project aimed